Stolp Synagogue

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Stolp Synagogue
Synagoga Słupsk.jpg
Religion
AffiliationJudaism
Ecclesiastical or organizational statusDestroyed
Year consecrated1902
Location
LocationPoland Słupsk, Poland
(then Stolp, Germany)
Architecture
Architect(s)Eduard Koch

Stolp Synagogue was a synagogue in Stolp, Germany (now Słupsk, Poland). It was built in 1901–1902, designed by Eduard Koch. The synagogue was set on fire by Nazis during the Kristallnacht on 9–10 November 1938.

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Coordinates: 54°28′05″N 17°01′33″E / 54.46806°N 17.02583°E / 54.46806; 17.02583